Building Substitute 2022-2023 Academic Year
All Subjects, Grades 6-12
Start Date: TBD
Location: Harlem, NY
About Capital Preparatory Schools
Capital Preparatory Schools is a charter school management organization operating a network of educational communities. Our mission is to build a path where there was none. From its inception, the Capital Prep community—our scholars, parents, faculty, and staff—have committed to creating a compelling and meaningful educational experience. The Capital Preparatory Schools has three school locations: one in Harlem, NY, and two locations in Bridgeport, Connecticut providing students in grades K–12 with a year-round, college-preparatory education that encourages students to become scholars and agents of change. A new school will be opening in the Bronx in July 2020.
Capital Preparatory Schools believes that all children, when given the right conditions and environment, will succeed and excel in their academic and social-emotional growth. This is achieved by blending elements of academic models that successfully support scholars from historically disadvantaged populations, with innovative approaches that get 100% of our graduates accepted to four-year colleges.
Focusing on the key attributes of leaders, our learner expectations are designed to develop scholars who are:
- Collaborators, by showing respect and cooperation to achieve individual and common goals,
- Problem Solvers, by using appropriate personal and team strategies to address interpersonal, interpersonal, and group conflicts,
- Researcher/Information Processors, by looking for and listening attentively to important information and utilizing the information to make positive choices/decisions/conclusions,
- Empathetic Citizens, by acting responsibly, safely and thoughtfully to create positive change for all members of the school, local, and global communities,
- Pillars of Knowledge, by modeling the above expectations in our words, actions and goals.
With the support of the Capital Prep team of skilled and compassionate educators, students realize their academic abilities, advocate for social justice and fulfill their civic responsibilities. As leaders of social justice, we expect our students to use their education to improve the lives of others.